Health IT Outcomes Webinars

  1. Healthcare IT In The Cloud: Predicting Threats, Protecting Patient Data

    Evolving criminal threats to healthcare data networks continue to plant seeds of fear and uncertainty in the minds of healthcare IT professionals. In this 60-minute Webinar, we’ll forecast those threats, where they come from, how they’re executed, and how they’re mitigated. We’ll also discuss the logic and technologies driving network security in healthcare, with a focused assessment of the state of security in cloud computing. Bring your comments and questions and join us for Healthcare IT In The Cloud: Predicting Threats, Protecting Patient Data on November 4 at 1:00 ET.

  2. Understanding And Implementing Population Health Strategies

    As the national health system shifts to “value-based care,” it is imperative that all roles within the system understand population health management and various strategies to assure that clinical and fiscal outcome goals are met.  A review of the drivers of healthcare reform will enlighten the need for healthcare organizations to collaborate and innovate in new ways to achieve the Triple Aim of lower cost, better quality, and an improved patient care experience. 

  3. Transforming Healthcare Communications With Secure Texting

    From the moment a patient enters the hospital until their discharge, every second counts. Despite this, most healthcare organizations use outdated technology that slows patient care and reduces the quality of care.

  4. Migrating Legacy Healthcare Data To The Cloud

    For healthcare providers, the patient record retention dilemma is stretching the limits of on-site storage, driving up IT costs, and often compromising timely access to patient records. In this Health IT Outcomes webinar sponsored by ClearDATA, we'll address how migrating legacy data to the cloud alleviates these concerns and, in the process, improves data security. Plan on attending Wednesday, July 15th at 1 p.m. EDT as Jeremy Steinert, Lead DevOps Engineer at WSM International and Brian Raboin, SVP of Operations at ClearDATA map out a strategy for migrating legacy healthcare data to the cloud.

  5. The Role Of Practice Interoperability To Achieve An Integrated Health System

    The role of interoperability to achieve clinical integration is unquestionable. Immediately, the priority for clinical integration leaps to health information technology (HIT) and how to create a “technology platform” leveraging HIT to achieve an integrated health system. What is the afterthought? A “practice platform” that provides consistent evidence-based practice and content for point of care clinicians across the continuum.

  6. Where Interoperability Intersects With The Cloud

    It’s a poorly held secret that the healthcare industry is an interoperability laggard. We’re data rich, but we’re largely ineffective at optimizing the integration and usage of the data we keep. What’s the solution? The cloud.

  7. Your Questions On EPCS Answered Live

    Watch this webinar to hear from three leading experts on the topic of electronic prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS). In this webinar, they answer all of your FAQs around EPCS regulatory issues, prescriber workflows, pharmacy readiness, and technology considerations for two-factor authentication.

  8. How Secure Texting Saved One Hospital $1 Million A Year

    With 85% of healthcare organizations allowing personal devices in the workplace, IT needs to address BYOD to combat security breaches and HIPAA violations.

  9. The Key To Population Health Management: A Healthy Core

    The drumbeat for value-based care is increasing, but to make a successful transition to value-based care across your entire organization, technology platforms must provide a strong foundation for growth – a Healthy Core. How can your organization create a Healthy Core that will enable you to drive better clinical, financial and operational outcomes and accommodate any kind of reimbursement?

  10. The Anatomy Of A Health Data Breach

    It seems like every week there’s news of another notable health system falling victim to a security breach where patient PHI (protected health information) is exposed. In fact, according to The Washington Post, healthcare data breaches have affected more than 30 million patients to date and have resulted in millions of dollars in penalties against offending healthcare providers. This disturbing trend has hospitals, physician practices, and other healthcare facilities scared stiff. Many are re-evaluating their technology initiatives or scrutinizing their existing technology infrastructures as a result.